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. >>> the war next door, is the obama administration downplaying the danger along the u.s.-mexico border? tonight, an exclusive nbc investigation. >>> and young hero, news about the brave teen that the whole world is pulling for. nightly news begins now. >>> good evening, there is every reason to believe the live television audience watching the vp debate tonight will be every bit as large as the last presidential debate, and because that debate was something of a game-changer, as it turned out, the stakes going into tonight are higher for two men from similar backgrounds, who are very different. for starters, this is the broadest age difference of any debate. our political team is in place tonight, our coverage includes our nbc polling numbers out just tonight on this race we want to begin with nbc's ron mott in danville, kentucky, tonight, good evening. >> reporter: hey, brian, to you, vice president joe biden will be there at that table, paul ryan the other table. congressman ryan comes into this debate, riding the republican wave of momentum the forward progress is what vp biden hope
, including the u.s. ambassador. >> i want to make sure we get that for the record. it took the president 14 days before they called the act in benghazi an act of terror. >> he did, in fact, sir. let me call it an act of terror. >> can you say that louder, candy? >> he did call an act of terror. >> reporter: and the president brought up the infamous 47% comment in his closing statement. >> when he said, behind closed doors that 47% of the country considers themselves victims, or refuse personality responsibility, think about who he was talking about. >> reporter: this was the one and only town hall style debate. next monday's debate will focus on foreign policy. paula? >> i've got my popcorn and soda ready for round three. t.j. winick live on long island this morning. thanks, t.j. >>> there's lots to analyze on both sides. earlier this morning, rob and i talked to our senior washington editor, rick klein. >> always appreciate you being here with us. talk a little bit about, i guess, what was the strength for each guy last night? what was their home run? >> president obama was able to look pr
of the u.s. win the nobel prize for physics enabling manipulating and measuring quantum systems. the award carries a $1.2 million prize for each. and nobel prizes for chemistry, literature, economics and the nobel peace prize will be announced throughout the week. >>> following breaking news also out of asia. north korea says that its missiles can reach the u.s. mainland. that's new this morning. this warning comes after the u.s. agreed to let south korea have missiles capable of striking anywhere in the north. pyongyang says that professionals the south and its allies are plotting to invade the country. most experts question whether north korea has mastered the technology needed to launch an attack against the u.s. >>> a post-debate for mitt romney has him leading in at least one poll. a survey by pew research shows mitt romney now holds a 4-point lead over the president, 49% to 45%. it amounts to a huge swing for the former governor who trailed the president by 8 points in pew's previous poll, just about a month ago, 51-43. the poll shows romney's favorability is rising and he is making
the morale of foreign troops serving in the war zone. u.s. military officials say an attack on saturday that killed two americans was especially unnerving as several afghan soldiers and possibly insurgents opened fire from several directions. nbc's chief foreign correspondent, richard engel, has been covering this war for almost the full 11 years. he filed this report from kabul. >> reporter: this woman is about to die. executed for adultery. the man she was with got off scot-free. the taliban recently filmed this video of their justice as a warning and to say they're making a comeback. some 30 miles away in the village, we saw few signs of what the u.s. would consider progress in afghanistan and no evidence that the american plan to hand over to a credible, stable afghan government will work. these village elders tell me once u.s. troops leave, a civil war will begin, and u.s.-trained afghan forces will not be able to stop it. are you preparing for this fight? are you already stockpiling weapons and ammunition and getting yourself ready? "yes, we are. we will definitely fight," he says
of that plea brown is required to be truthful with authorities and disclose personal finances. the u.s. attorney's office is not commenting to the on the reason for the hearing. brown faces up to a year in prison. >>> pepco and its workers reached tentative agreement on a contract avoiding strike. the membership still has to vote on that contract. neither side is providing specific details about the new deal but the union president is recommending members approve it. >>> time for a first look at our forecast. veronica johnson joining us to tell us about the rain and cold. >> chilly. yesterday's high only 55. that was it. >> sad. >> it felt like late fall. early winter. snowshoe mountain resort in west virginia, look at the lift with flakes coming down. that started about 9:00 a.m. yesterday. they picked up a light coating there. as far as what we saw around here, we had showers kind of on and off yesterday. and this morning we're still left with a few showers moving through the area. 48 degrees the current temperature. the dew point at 44. so there has been a little bit of fog that's t
than the 9-11 terror suspects and robert reid. the attorney general said he was pleased that he's in u.s. custody. >> finally here and so they will now face justice in american courts. i think that's a good finger. >> shep: if he's found guilty on all 11 counts against him, he could spend the rest of his life if prison. jonathan hunt is live with more. did we hear from the suspect today? >> we did, shep. but he didn't say much. asked by the judge, is your plea not guilty, he replied, yes, it is. other than that, we just saw the one eyed hook handed cleric whispering to his court-appointed attorney a couple of times. according to that attorney, he is less concerned about his trial, which is now set to begin next august, and more concerned about how he'll survive in jail until then without the full time use of his prosthetics, including that infamous hook. listen. >> i assume your prisoner will do what he can appropriate to he can have defend his case and take care of himself and eat and write and do what he has to do to survive in jail. >> of course, prison officials say they have removed
the friday's announcement that the deadly assault on the u.s. consulate in bengahzi was deliberate and organized. peter king of new york called on susan rice to resign as u.s. ambassador to the united nations after she initially claimed the attack on the consulate was part of the spontaneous protest after an anti-islamic video. yesterday paul ryan and john mccain slammed the administration's handling of the deadly attack. >> the response was slow, confused, inconsistent. they first said it was a youtube video and a spontaneous mob. we now know it was a planned terrorist attack if this was one tragic incident that would be a tragedy in itself. the problem is it's part of a bigger picture that the obama foreign policy is unraveling before our eyes on tv screens. >> i think it interferes with the depiction that the administration is trying to convey that al qaeda is on the wane, everything is fine in the middle east. >> you think it's political? >> how else could you trot out our u.n. ambassador to say this was a spon ttaneous demonstrati? >> maybe they thought that at the time? >> on
's not as big as yours. >> and libya in focus. the candidates spar over the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi. >> whether it was misleading or instead whether we just didn't know what happened you have to ask yourself why didn't we know? >> the suggestion that anybody on my team would play politics or mislead when we lost four of our own, governor, is offensive. >> while at the same time hundreds gather to pay their respects to slain ambassador chris stevens. this is the "cbs morning news" for wednesday, october 17, 2012. >>> good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm vinita nair. the second presidential debate of campaign 2012 turned out to be a contentious political prize fight. after his passive performance in the first meeting, a clearly fired up president obama pressed the attack against mitt romney. but romney did not back down and the sparks flew. the candidates argued about everything from the economy to foreign affairs as the president worked to make up ground lost following their first meeting. randall pinkston is at the de/* debate site. >> reporter: the "new york times"
the attack in libya that killed four americans, including our u.s. ambassador, a masked gunman was murdered, has murdered a security official who worked for the u.s. embassy in yemen. that is all ahead unless breaking news changes everything. >> first from fox at 3:00 in kentucky, we are live waiting for the debate. it and high 60's, the fall leaves are out and the drive from here to lexington, it is the "thrill in the villa," they made that up. our slogan people are better, a showdown between the current v.p. and the man would would like to take his job, congressman paul ryan. the stakes are higher than usual coming after the poll that show an increasingly close race much vice president biden is clearly a seasoned debater, doing it since he was a kid. tonight, under pressure to turn things around after president obama's first debate performance or lack thereof. congressman ryan looking to boost the romney campaign's recent rise in the polls tonight. the debates are not usually game changers but analysts say this year could be an exception. carl cameron is fouling the presidential candidate
to cooperation with israel. and the drawdown of u.s. forces from afghanistan. on the middle east peace process, romney sounded decidedly more optimistic than he did earlier this year during that secretly recorded private fund-raiser. >> i'll recommit america to the goal of a democratic prosperous palestinian state living side by side in peace and security with the jewish state of israel. >> i don't think the palestinians want to seek this yaen way for political purposes. these are the issues that i say there is just no way. you move thing as long the best way you can. you hope for some stability and you roy that it's going to remain until -- we look at taiwan. we have a potentially volatile situation and we live it with. we kick the ball down the field and hopefully somehow something will happen. >> the obama campaign was quick in its response to romney's speech at vmi. madelieine albright slammed the republican candidate during a conference call with reporters saying romney's foreign policy is full of platitudes but short on specifics. staying with foreign policy, we're learning more about th
picture is developing from the state department about what really happened when gunmen stormed the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya and killed four americans including the u.s. ambassador there. the obama administration initially claimed the attacks stemmed from a protest over an anti-islam film produced in the united states. and posted to youtube. but officials at the state department say that was never their conclusion adding there was no protest at all. in fact, diplomats first realized they were under at being a when they heard exploegs and saw armed men entering their compound. a quick response team was dispatched with 60 libyan militia men to try to stop the assault, but they were too late. by then the attackers already had set fire to the building where ambassador chris stevens was hiding. that account directly conflicts the description of the attack provided on "meet the press" by u.s. ambassador to the u.n. susan rice. this was on september 16th, five days after the attack. >> putting together the best information that we have available to us today, our current assessment is
in washington this monday morning. thanks. >>> and one more political note. the deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in libya has now become campaign fodder. south carolina republican senator lindsey graham is accusing the administration of a coverup. but the top democrat on the house committee investigating that attack says the accusation is quote ridiculous conspiracy stuff. >>> republicans and democrats alike are paying tribute this morning to former senator arlen specter. the moderate republican turned democrat from pennsylvania who served 30 years in the senate died yesterday of complications from non-hodgkin's lymphoma. he was known for being fiercely independent and for also being a man of the people. >> i remember as a kid, he would be down in the stands at three rivers stadium at steelers games introducing himself, just getting to know, he wanted to know the whole stadium. i think people will look back and say, that is what an elected official is supposed to do, even if it is not convenient or is difficult at times. arlen specter always did that. >> his funeral is tomorrow. vice
called romney out on a comment he made about the attack on the u.s. embassy in libya. >> the whole idea of there being a riot act. >> was that fair? >> she didn't do that to the president. she didn't fact check anything he said and said you said this and you said that. for instance, he said he would cut the deficit in half. she never challenged him on that. >> definitely one of the more talked about moments of the night. but there is plenty more to pick over between now and the next debate. reporting live, alan wang, abc7 news. >> alan, thank you. and there will be much more ahead on the debate on "nightline" after this newscast. and the third and final presidential debate is set for next monday, october 22nd at lynn university in boca raton, florida with a focus on foreign policy. that starts at 6:00. you can watch it live here on abc7. as the two presidential candidates argued over the terrorist attack in libya hundreds gathered at san francisco city hall to honor the ambassador who was killed there. christopher stevens grew up in piedmont and graduated from uc berkeley and ucsf hasti
more energy in the u.s. >> part of that is bringing in a pipeline of oil from canada taking advantage of the oil and coal we have here, drilling offshore in alaska, virginia, those things will get us the energy we need. >> reporter: and with gas prices well over the $4 mark, viewers agree with his plan. >> part of being energy independent would end upbringing gas pries down. and i feel like -- that the policies over the last few years speak of themselves. >> reporter: many of these cases belong to the middle class, and romney mentioned things that are important to them. >> every middle income taxpayer no longer will pay any tax on interest, dividends or capital gains. >> yes! [ cheering and applause ] >> reporter: and another thing: job creation. >> my youngest son right now is 23 and, you know, he's having a tough time finding a job that pays decent wages. >> there's no jobs. >> those are all things that will make people feel comfortable with romney. >> hundreds of people packed temple nightclub in san francisco to watch the debate as well. after being disappointed in the first deba
called romney out o he made about the attack on the u.s. embassy in libya. >> the whole idea of there being a riot act. >> was that fair? >> she didn't do that to the president. she didn't fact check anything he said and said you said this and you said that. for instance, he said he would cut the deficit in half. she never challenged him on that. >> definitely one of the more talked about moments of the night. but there is plenty more to pick over between now and the next debate. reporting live, alan wang, abc7 news. >> alan, thank you. and there will be much more ahead on the debate on "nightline" after this newscast. and the third and final presidential debate is set for next monday, october 22nd at lynn university in boca raton, florida with a focus on foreign policy. that starts at 6:00. you can watch it live here on abc7. as the two presidential candidates argued over the terrorist attack in libya hundreds gathered at san francisco city hall to honor the ambassador who was killed there. christopher stevens grew up in piedmont and graduated from uc berkeley and ucsf hasti
license but hit with a fine and reprimands. >>> a threat facing the u.s. that could result in a cyber pearl harbor, according to defense secretary leon panetta. he said the nation is increasingly vulnerable to foreign computer hackers, that could freeze the banking system, or shut down power plants. several of the biggest banks were hit by hacker whose kept customers from logging in to accounts. that the tip of the iceberg. >> the cyber attack perpetrated by nation states are violent extremist groups, could be as destructive as the terrorists attack on 9/11. >> he says such an attack could paralyze the nation. >>> no secret that banks are increasing fees to make up for the lost revenue in other areas. >> do you know what they are charging you? details that sheds light on what you are having to pay to keep the account. you. we know you. we know you have to rise early... and work late, with not enough sleep in between. how you sometimes need to get over to that exit, like, right now. and how things aren't... just about you anymore. introducing the all-new, smart-sensing... honda accord.
's deadly assault on the u.s. consulate in benghazi. according to e-mails obtained by cnn, the white house and the state department were informed of a militant islamic group that had claimed credit for the attack. this was two hours after it began. and u.s. diplomats were informing officials in washington about the unfolding assault while it was happening. cnn has those e-mails, foreign affairs reporter elise labott will discuss what they say and the possible fallout joining us next half hour on "early start." >>> a former cia officer admits to a plea deal of one charge he illegally revealed the name of the covert intelligence officer. this man will serve a 30-month sentence. he also revealed the name of a different cia officer to reporters. sentencing will all happen in january. >>> the u.s. supreme court upholds a stay of excuse for a florida man convicted of killing eight people in two separate shootings. john arrow ferguson was scheduled to be put to death by lethal injection last night, but his lawyer successfully filed a flurry of last-minute appeals arguing that he is mentally insan
mobile operator will buy up to 70% of the third largest u.s. carrier. about $20.1 billion and softbank will get access to a u.s. market that still shows growth compared to japan's market which is stagnating. meantime sprint will get the fire power to buy competitors and to build out its 4 g network. meanwhile a new poll finds economists forecast only tepid growth. unemployment seen back above 8% for the first half of 2013. good news comes in the quarterly survey by the national association for business economists and that is the housing market is recovering faster than expected those polls say the economy likely won't fall off the fiscal cliff. and nabe's vice president will join us along with steve liesman at 7:30 eastern. at 8:30, september retail sales and the october empire state survey. so we'll see how business conditions are around here. and then at 10:00, we have business inventories and earnings season is in full swing this week. profits of s&p 500 comes are seen dropping 3% this quarter year over year. that would be first decline that we've seen in three years. 6% of the s&p
in yemen shot dead. casim hacani shot dead on the way to work. he had been working for the u.s. embassy for 20 years. that's the only information that we have at this time. we'll keep you updated as we learn more. in the meantime all eyes will be on kentucky tonight. joe biden and paul ryan, facing off in kentucky. good morning, steve. >> you are right. the vice-presidential cand dates will square off here in the campus of the college in danville, kentucky. paul ryan arrived yesterday afternoon and joe biden will be showing up at noon today. we have sound to share from president obama and paul ryan and he's been in nationally televised before. >> joe biden has been on the stage before. this is my first time. and what he can't run from is president obama's record. they are offering the same. >> joe needs to be joe. congressman ryan is smart and effective speaker but his ideas are the wrong ones. >> steve: we have seen a lot of polls on republican mitt romney and we will like to show you this. joe biden has more unfavorable than favorables. paul ryan plus 16 and that may due to the fact.
. the u.s. attorney's office is not commenting on the reason for the hearing. brown on still faces up to a year in prison. >>> problems may still persist in d.c.'s tax office five years after it was rocked by the largest embezzlement scandal in the city's history. "the washington post" is reporting auditors have warned district cfo about the issues. including poor tracking of tax payments, dummy accounts set up with fake social security numbers, and lack of management oversight. this comes five years after a mid-level manager was caught stealing millions through phony tax return refunds. >>> the nats' pitching struggles against the cardinals. st. louis' offense dominated the nationals, hitting four home runs en route to vehicle tee. the series is now tied at one game apiece with the series shifting to the nation's capital for the final three games. dan hellie has a recap from st. louis. >> good morning. all that went right in game one for the nationals did not in game two. starting pitcher jordan zimmermann struggled big-time giving up five earned runs in three innings of work. so thi
in that closely contested u.s. senate race up in massachusetts. republican senator scott brown, democratic challenger elizabeth warren facing off in springfield, mass, as two new polls are split on which candidates as the advantage there. unlike the first two debates, last night there was no mention for elizabeth warren made of american heritage but plenty of jousting on policy issues like job creation, taxes, and which candidate sticks up for the middle class. >> the one thing you can't be doing now in the middle of this 3 1/2 year recession is taking more money out of people's hard-working pocketbooks and wallets and giving it to the federal government. they're like pigs in a trough up there. they take and take and take. >> this has been pretty much my life's work is talking about what is happening to america's middle class. let's face it, america's middle class is just getting hammered. republicans have a vision, cut taxes for those at the top and let the chips fall where they may for everybody else. >> when you talk about getting hammered, i suggest you put down the hammer. because it'
york city for today's tech bytes. >>reporter: in today's tech bytes, samsung wins a round, a u.s. judge lifted a temporary ban on sales of the galaxy tab 10.1 tablet. in the u.s. apple is still seeking a permanent ban burks this will allow samsung to sell the 10.1 for the holidays. meanwhile, samsung is still the leader in the u.s. smart phone market, but apple is quickly catching up. samsung's market share in august stayed flat while apple posted some big gains. blackberry and windows are continuing, though, to lose ground. in a few years the printed textbook may be as outdated as flash cards. education secretary arnee duncan says the u.s. should move away from the hard copy text as soon as possible. he says it's necessary if the u.s. wants to keep up with other countries. and high tech gloves mean you won't have to go bare handed to use a smart phone outdoors this winter. the glove has a speaker and microphone built in. both gloves have a special material that works with a touch screen. those are your tech bytes. i'm rob nelson. >>> you're looking at a live picture right now o
surgery. >>an attorney for n-e-c-c says the company is cooperating with investigators. >>two u-s sailors are accused of raping and robbing a woman in japan. seaman christopher browning and petty officer third class skyler dozierwalker were arrested in okinawa yesterday. police say the sailors harassed the 27 year-old women outside a bar where they were drinking, then followed her into an empty street and attacked her. authorities claim dozierwalker confessed to the crime, while browning is denying the accusations. the u-s embassy in tokyo is promising to cooperate fully with japanese officials. >>a trial date is set for the man who shot and killed trayvon martin. an incident that sparked heated debates about race and gun rights. george zimmerman will go on trial on june 10th. he's charged with killing the 17 year-old during his shift as a neighborhood watch volunteer in sanford, florida back in february. he claims he acted in self- defense. but, prosecutors argue he suspected martin was about to commit a crime, confronted him and opened-fire. attorneys in the case expect the trial to
in bangladesh, nafis came to the u.s. on a student visa in january. he took classes at southeast missouri university for one semester. one student there said nafis gave him a koran and in one conversation spoke admirably about osama bin laden. >> he told me he did not believe that osama bin laden was involved in the twin tower, that he believed that bin laden was a very good religious man and that a good devout faithful muslim would not do something like that. >> but bangladesh students said they became alarmed when his political views became radicalized. they said nafis watched an al qaeda video while on an airplane. nafis then moved to new york city to attend a computer programming school. it was around that same time that nafis showed up on their radar reaching out for accomplices to help him carry out an attack. that's when agents set up a sting operation. on wednesday they arrested him on charges trying to detonate a 1,000-pound bomb outside of the federal reserve. law enforcement officials said they made sure the bomb was harmless. nafis is currently being held without bond. if conv
concerning the attack on the u-s consulate in libya. who hey''e subpoenaed ann why that officcil says he warned officials innadvance. a deadly outbreak.another confirmed case of a rare form of a disease in maryland, how widespreaa this outbreak now is... and what you should do affectedd lawmakers on capitol hill...taking action followwng the deadly attack on the u-s consulate in libya.the house oversight committee now launching a new investigation and demanding that top securityyofficials appear them.green beeet lieutenant colonel andrew wood is head of site security team... in charge of protecting the consulatt.he is scheduled to appear wednesday in front of the house oversight committee. wwod has said he could not believe that the state department ddcreased security when they did, instead of beefing it up after wood sayss he showee them how dangerous it was on the ground. 114-129"the state department should not wait for the conclusion of it;s own administrative review board, which won't report for 60 days. i thinn there ought to be an ongoing process right now to try and enhhnce the se
this monday morning. thanks. >>> the deadly attack on the u.s. consulate has now become campaign fodder. south carolina republican senator lindsey graham is accusing the administration of a coverup. the top democrat says it is ridiculous conspiracy stuff. >>> people are paying tribute to arlen specter this morning. he served 30 years in the senate and he died yesterday of complications from nonhoge kins lymphoma. >> i remember as a kid, he would be down in the stands at three rivers stadium at steelers games introducing himself, just getting to know, he wanted to know the whole stadium. think people will look back and say, that is what an elected official is supposed to do, even if it is not convenient or is difficult at times. arlen specter always did that. >> his funeral is tomorrow. vice president joe biden has postponed campaign events in order to attend. he was 82 years old. >>> in other new, pretrial hearings are set to begin today for five men accused of planning the terrorist attacks on 9/11. the hearings are closed but family members of those killed on 9/11 have been invited to milita
august. >> reports indicated it was getting worse. >> five agents protected the u.s. compound. >> the resources provided -- that is why i asked for the resources. >> charlene lamb said "no." >> we had the correct number of assets at the time of 9/11 for what was agreed upon. >> saying you had the right number -- and people are in the hospital. it took moments to breach the facility, doesn't ring true. >> the state department says two u.s. compounds were hit that night, that killed navy seals trying to save the ambassador. >> the white house denied a cover-up and say the investigation continues. wbal tv 11 news. >> this time tomorrow we will hear from the only untested debater, as paul ryan goes head to head with paul ryan. >> and one of the biggest issues is focused on meat. we explain. >> 11 news learned the >> 11 news learned the department of it's heavy lifting. you start with a democratic senator named ben. by getting bwi-marshall funding for new runways, he's helping us serve 21 million passengers a year, which helps keep 100,000 jobs that depend on the airport, and that
business, u.s. stock futures trading lower this morning. >> the international monetary fund lowered its global growth forecast last night and says risks for recessions are, quote, alarmingly high. >> i don't like to hear that from the imf, quite frankly. >> me neither. >> we're concerned about slowing global growth this year and next year and concerned about governments that don't know how to handle big structural problems in europe and the united states. let me tell you what the imf is forecasting they're looking at u.s. growth of 2.1%, the eurozone barely growing at 0.2% and china coming in at 8.2%. what's wrong with china, 8.2%? it was more than 9% last year. it's been a decade of almost 10% growth in china. when you don't have that big economy moving as quickly, that means it's less work for american workers and european workers, all people feeding this global beast. let's take a look at what the risks are for global recovery. falling off a u.s. fiscal cliff. this is ard coulding to the im fmt. they have to fix this soon and fix it right. the european crisis is still not contained.
4 that other law enforcement authorities, including the u.s. attorney's office, are looking at this contracting mess with jim graham, andhe c ty, and the metro board. now, jim graham is no longer a member of the metro so there's nothing administratively that the metro board here can do to jim graham, based on this report. tom sherwood live at metro. back to you, jim. >> in as much as he is no longer a member of a board, is the metro board now out of it in terms of any kind of sanction or anything? >> reporter: well, the metro board says it has improved its own ethics rules in the last months, as this report has been being prepared. so it technically would be out of it. it s review of other ethics reforms could do to see this doesn't happen again. the big issue here is whether or not jim graham, who has in the past said about this, he's done nothing illegal. he keeps saying that over and over, i've done nothing illegal. i haven't profited from any of these. it's up to the prosecutors to see if there's something criminal about the activity that the board said today was unethic
? >> in the short term, i mean, i still think that we would probably be diversified with gold and we would be in u.s. names, levered for growth but also with healthy dividend yields and strong supportable businesses. you know, we like energy. it's not going anywhere. we like the u.s. refiners. i do like financials in the long term although, you know, i would argue that if the positive, if you will, effects of qe, if there are any, are diminishing. the laws of diminishing returns. i think that's also doing -- that subsiis reducing the net earnings banks are seeing in earnings and i think that's why we've seen bank stocks slow down. >> jeff sica, anything you're buying in equities? >> right now i like energy. i think energy has probably the most potential going forward. some of the agriculture companies. i'm in it to win it. i'm not just sitting on the sideline waiting in every area. there are stocks that have some potential because they're backed by things like commodities. they have the ability to increase in value. as we start to see this inflationary trend start to pick up. >> all right. gentlemen
the iranian president now seeking asylum in the u.s. why is he running? and could he have top-secret information? >>> plus, deadly new details about operation fast & furious. 57 previously undiscovered guns, now linked to that botched atf operation. >>> a packed show ahead. sean spicer, republicans committee communications director. ted strickland. emmy award winning sports caster len berman and actor cary elwes famous for his role in the princess bride. >> it is tuesday, october 2nd. as you wish, "starting point" begins right now. >> all right your starting point the countdown to tomorrow night's high-stakes presidential debates. >> you are about to look live at a stage where it will all unfold at the university of denver. there is president obama and mitt romney preparing to go face-to-face for 90 minutes with the presidency hanging in the balance. >> most americans head to the polls in five weeks. but by that time, an estimated 30% of the country will have already voted. >> early voting gets under way this morning in the battleground state of ohio, and the not so battlegrou
, and national elections. >>> they had fought for years to fight extradition. now four suspects are in u.s. courts. how they answered the charges against them. he was convicted of stealing the pope's private papers and linking them to a journalist. why he may not spend any time in prison, next. prison, next. >>> an extremist clear-cut and four other suspect appeared in court today hours after they were brought for into the u.s. to face trial. the preacher did not enter replete of charges he conspired to set up a terrorist training camp and at oregon and abducted 16 hostages. four other men pled not guilty. >>> the vatican says that the former butler of pope benedict is expected to get a papal apartment after stealing the pope's private documents and linking them to a journalist. he was sentenced to 18 months in prison. he said he did because he felt that the pope was not been informed of what was going on in the vatican and that exposing them publicly would put the church on the right track. >> i would not say anybody in the vatican is happy about this. it is a sad chapter, but it appears
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, sometimes reflects the state of the world economy. caterpillar's profits are up 50% strong sales and the u.s.. the rest of the world weaker than expected, and changed the opening bell. turn to the election. two weeks from tomorrow look at the latest polls. they are tied at 47. dead heat that this poll had president obama leading by 5, the go. his trend is towards romney. look at this for momentum. the gallup poll has romney pulling to a seven point lead. the latest daily tracking poll, and adams sunday. best case of the president is a tie. and the latest number, scott will be joined us with those early monday morning results. what are we looking for in tonight's debate? what do when tudor libya, iran or israel? read your comments in the next hour. facebook please. look at this. a warning on firewood courtesy of none other than the state of california. that is on organic would. if i am -- if only the cave men had known they were encountering division danger in their lives. this is the subject of my take in the next hour. a warning label on organic would. iran and libya will be major topics of
govern was a liberal, the first u.s. senator to oppose the war in vietnam. >> i will halt the senseless bombing of indo-china on inaugural day. >> reporter: he ran in '72, it was the 60s he was channelling. the youth-powered, rule-breaking, establishment-blaming assault on the status quo. >> we are wasting money on the war we ought to use on building our on country. >> liberal was in fashion. but his campaign was a mess. his pick for vice president, tom eagleton was dropped by mcgovern once it cam out eagleton had been hospitalized for mental illness. >> there is not much cause for dancing in the streets of sioux falls, south dakota. >> reporter: on election day he lost every state but massachusetts, and the democrating party lost once loyal voters. by the time the kid who met him at the airport pulled the party back to the middle, the term mcgovernite was a slur democrats would use against each other. a lasting respect came mcgovern's way, as senator and after as a cause of fighting hunger. to the end he stuck to his views whether they were in fashion or not. john donvan, abc news, washington. >>> dri
is linked to the attack on the u.s. consulate in libya that killed four americans. "the wall street journal" identified the militant as mohammed jamal abu ahmed and reports that u.s. intelligence has been monitoring his movements. meanwhile, the state department has pulled all u.s. government personnel out of benghazi. "the washington post" reports the consulate is closed, and locked up. but the scene of the deadly attack remains unguarded. >>> there's also word that the white house has held a series of secret meetings over the past few months, due to concern about the growing threat of al qaeda's north africa branch. "the post" reports that a part of the discussion is focused on potential u.s. military strikes against the group known as al qaeda in the islamic magreb. >>> huge heads up for those of you who purchased the new iphone 5. apple support forums online are being overloaded with complaints about a bug that drains cellular data usage even when phones are connected to wi-fi. now this is forcing people to blow through their data caps in a matter of days. apple has not publicly comment
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